Trying to save money on your food shop?
Supermarket giant Aldi is one of the most popular chains to shop at if you're on a budget.
And if you want to stretch your savings further, one expert has revealed how you can do just that.
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Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, shared the ultimate guide to saving money at the German retailer.
These 9 tips could save shoppers up to £200 in total so it's pretty worth it!
The first rule is to understand Aldi's unique pricing strategy as it's good to know what products are the cheapest.
Now here are the other tips…
Buy Aldi Specialbuys online days before
Read the Specialbuys leaflet online before they're available in-store.
If something is super popular, it sells out fast online and there's less stock delivered to the shops.
Stick to Aldi's private-label brands
These products offer great quality at a lower price than competitors.
While there are some branded products on sale, Aldi's own versions are nearly as good.
Shop when new stock arrives
Plan your shopping trips on these days to take advantage of new stock arrivals.
Or, shop the evenings before when unsold previous stock may be reduced to clear.
Look for red stickers
Keep an eye out for red stickers that indicate extra savings on products.
They're generally applied in the mornings rather than the evenings (more similar to M&S).
Get the Super 6
Every two weeks Aldi picks six fruits and vegetables and reduces them to a low price.
Sign up for the Aldi newsletter
Be the first to know about deals by signing up for the Aldi newsletter and following them on social media.
The supermarket often announces upcoming deals on its Instagram stories, so you can nab them before anyone else.
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Shop early or during quiet times
This gives you the best chance of landing reductions on products.
Take advantage of Aldi’s bargain booze
Aldi's Haysmith’s Rhubarb & Ginger Gin, which costs £14.99 and has just been named one of the best gins in the world.
It beat out premium brands, including Edinburgh Gin's Rhubarb & Ginger flavour which is almost double.
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